Now-patched vulnerabilities in the videoconferencing software have been analyzed by Google researchers.
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As COVID-19 continues to cause disruption, cyberattacks haven't let up, either.
It seems that one or two Trojans aren't enough for your average cyberattacker.
The troublesome add-ons misused an API that controlled how Firefox connected to the internet.
A deep dive into threats against this sector reveals the top threats organizations should keep in mind.
Researchers believe the focus is moving from cryptocurrency to traditional botnet attacks.
US prosecutors have labeled his actions as "economic espionage."
Cold-calling 02 scam artists are offering 40% plan discounts, free phone contracts for your security code
They don't seem to like it when you call them out, though.
Updated: The vulnerability could be used to hijack web servers.